8 reasons why continuous learning is crucial for career growth
Simply earning a degree and settling into a job for the long haul is no longer sufficient. We no longer confine workplace training to onboarding new employees and reserve it solely for junior employees — we're establishing a learning culture critical for any organization looking to remain competitive in today's ever-changing business environment. Amid technological advances and evolving industry demands, employees must have the skills and knowledge to keep pace with industry trends.
Transforming organizational culture for a brighter future
Managers — here’s a familiar situation: a superstar performer on your team is eager to take on new projects and explore aspects of the business on a new team. Seeing their enthusiasm for growth is fantastic, but it can lead to them expressing interest in switching teams or roles. Of course, we want to see our team members flourish, but at the same time, we're concerned about the potential impact of losing these valuable contributors from our team. I'm here to tell you not to dwell on this dilemma too much — because the data and wisdom suggest it's not in your team's or the organization's best interest.
Navigating HR's evolution: Highlights from Cornerstone and SHRM’s conversations
The world of HR is in constant motion, a tango between meeting evolving employee needs and organizational goals. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) recognizes this dynamic dance, and their podcast series, SHRM Spotlight, takes an up close and personal look at the innovators reshaping HR.
What the Opportunity Marketplace is not
Your people want to grow with you rather than without you.
Skills transformation for the now and where you’re heading
Skills shortages have been making the headlines for decades. And they’re not letting up. So it’s not surprising that 48% of employers cite their most urgent concern over the next three years as a skills and talent shortage, according to the Cornerstone Global Skills Report.
Empower Your Employees: How to Have the (Talent Mobility) Talk
Despite catchy buzzwords such as “quiet quitting” and “bare minimum Monday,” employees are as eager as ever to acquire new skills and grow their careers. Meanwhile, HR leaders are ramping up talent mobility initiatives to improve workforce planning, enable internal talent sourcing, and retain employees, even while facing economic downturns and fierce competition.
The role of opportunity marketplaces in improving employee retention
From the employee-employer disconnect that’s arisen from widespread remote and hybrid working to trends like "the great resignation" and "quiet quitting" impacting employee satisfaction — it’s certainly been a bumpy ride for the workforce, globally.
Want your employees to stay put? Help them move up with these talent mobility assets
Today’s workers want room to grow. Your job as an employer is to empower them to grow with your organization. In other words, the best way to help your employees stay put is to show them how much room there is to move.
Building your talent management story and business case
When creating our new talent experience platform, we aimed to align the fundamental concepts of Cornerstone TXP with our overall vision and belief statements:
Cornerstone Opportunity Marketplace: Revolutionizing learning and development in the digital age
Employees yearn to take control of their career destinies by tapping into new experiences. According to our 2023 Talent Mobility Study, the primary preference for employees to learn new skills is through experiences.
Opportunity Marketplace Datasheet
Unlock workforce agility and internal mobility by offering growth and development experiences for all your people.
Advancing DEIB through pay equity
As talent management professionals continue to focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging initiatives to drive more inclusive workplace cultures, a critical aspect of ensuring success is considering how inequities present themselves throughout the employee lifecycle — from recruiting and performance management to identifying high potential employees and how people are ultimately paid.